Case history and diagnosis: important in ensuring success and a promising therapy plan

Marcel Riffel

Bioenergetic findings

Ideally a patient sends us a medical history in advance and where possible a medical and examination report/laboratory results by email. Then we are informed in advance about the reason for the consultation. Our receptionist explains to the patient that any medication he/she is taking should also be brought along to the examination appointment.
When the patient comes to our clinic, he/she is given a medical history form, shown in the Annex, and asked to fill it in.
At the beginning of every bioenergetic therapy we obtain a bioenergetic diagnosis. To do this, it is necessary for you to know how to carry out bioenergetic testing. Here in the practice we work mainly with the Biotensor but also with kinesiology.
Over the years I have developed an examination procedure which can be carried out easily in 60 minutes. During the hour the patient is informed about what the treatment involves, which foodstuffs if any, must be avoided, how long ...

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Tumours: holistic diagnosis and therapy

Christiane Herrmann, Naturopath, Berlin, Germany

The origins of a tumour
If cell division in certain tissues of our body gets out of control, then cells multiply extraordinarily quickly, which can then lead to the development of a tumour. This may be malignant or benign. Only a malignant tumour is called cancer. Cancer can be the consequence of a genetic predisposition, external factors such as exposure to radiation or contact with chemical substances or viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites.
Tumours upset the equilibrium of a healthy organism causing damage to organs. In modern industrial nations cancer is one of the most common causes of death.
If people are diagnosed with a tumour this triggers feelings of shock and helplessness. We look for options to help these people deal with their illness in the best possible way.
Patients are faced with questions such as:
Why me?
How can I get well again as quickly as possible?
Where can I get advice, help and the right treatment?

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Hashimoto’s thyroiditis: New aspects in diagnosis and therapy

Dr. med. Sabine Rauch, Specialist in General Medicine, Simlangsdalen, Sweden
1. General and Definition
Hashimoto's thyroiditis is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation of the thyroid gland. The disease was named after the Japanese doctor Hakaru Hashimoto (1881-1934), who first described the condition in 1912.

There are two different known types, the atrophic and hypertrophic forms, with the atrophic version being by far the most common. Both types today are generally summarised under the term 'Hashimoto's thyroiditis'. Both types eventually cause an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism).

Thyroid gland tissue is destroyed by T lymphocytes as a result of a malfunction in the immune process, this resulting in turn in chronic inflammation of the thyroid gland. Due to the increasing loss of healthy and active thyroid tissue, the thyroid gland is no longer able to form a sufficient number of hormones or deliver them to the body. At the start of the disease however there ar...

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